In the Old MailChimp integration I exported the contacts from Copper into MC and then those flowed into my mailstream.
In the NEW integration, I was almost set up and realized that it appears that it is going to sync ALL of my Copper contacts with/into MC. If this is what happens, it will basically triple my audience count in MC and explode my MC cost. Is my thinking correct?
How can I control what emails get moved from Copper to MC
Best answer by Michelle from CopperView original
@shades, thanks for posting! You are correct; the new Mailchimp integration helps you sync all your contacts. Selecting specific contacts to sync is something our team is looking into.
At this time, I don’t have any direct workaround or solution to offer you. If you’d like us to keep you updated, please leave an upvote in this Idea thread so that we can @mention you on any updates. Thank you so much
By the way, your MC Integration video was helpful. Cause I’m a little slow and because I set up the old MC integration 5 years ago, my recollection was that I could select individual contacts from Copper to automatically upload/sync into MC. In the words of Mark McGuire, am I “misremembering.”
AND, can I set up the new integration to only be one-way with changes in MC reflected in Copper but not the other way around?
don’t bother we dumped MC.
Yes mam. We moved to another platform. Mailchimp price increases were obscene for not great value.